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industry heavy weights to weigh in. plus, caught red handed. a legal iranian weapons seized in yemen revealing arms sales that could destabilize the region. is the u.s. doing enough to stop iran? chrissy-- governor christie approves legislation in new jersey. will it give the economic boost lawmakers claim? even when they say it's not, it's always about "money." ♪ melissa: start by taking the pulse of the real estate market on "money," and fox business reported on it all day long, and the good news, mortgage applications rose by 1.8% in january from december. that is the highest level in 18 months. how solid is the real estate recovery? with me is our all-star power pam. look at this. madison is the coldwell banker from the hit show, "million dollar listing: l.a.," bruce ike maren, chairman of the continuing company, and dot tie, and jeff is chairman of douglas and development. welcome to all of you. bruce, starting with you. is real estate really back because we have been burned, baby. >> it is back in a very big weigh. the condo market in the major environments is on fire. meliss
in all of this? yemen accuses iran of arming insurgents after weapons are seized and explosives. fox news terrorism analyst joins me next. ♪ lou: russian design sam two and sam three antiaircraft missiles c4 high explosives material found off a ship off the northern yemen coast. that shipment originated in iran. coordinated with the navy, and mike rogers tells fox it's part of a broader pattern to destabilize the region. joining us, middle east and terrorism analysts dr. ferris. they are caught red-handed here while they -- why is the united states not responding and responding strongly? >> well, first of all, this is not really the first time the iranian regime sent shipments of weapons as far as yemen, northern yemen. they went, imagine all i way through iran to the arabian peninsula, the international waters to get ton an enclave in northern yemen, far from the gulf where we are supposed to be containing them, and that is telling about what iran is doing. that is telling us that our containment policy, the sanctions that we have right now are not really detouring the iranians. it's i
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or countries other than pakistan, yemen, molly, you are -- mali, you are talking about a situation with the of the constraints come into play. what causes those operations to be permissive is the consent of the government to do those operations, which presumably canada and france are not going to give our a finding that they are either unable or unwilling to manage the threats that the individual poses, which their law enforcement capacity would make it difficult to make. >> 50 gentlemen would yield, i will yield to buy additional 30 seconds to make it -- if the gentleman would yield, i will yield my additional 30 seconds to make a point. i would be pleased to yield to the gentlewoman from california. >> i have a few quick questions. i am trouble to the theme memoranda that allegedly provided the legal basis for this have not been shared. maybe any of you cannot answer it, but if you can, i would be interested. what conceivable reason would there be for the obama administration to not shared these memos and what are the consequences for not sharing these memos? if anybody can answe
as the pentagon or c.i.a. says. we heard a story this week about a very brave cleric in yemen who stood up in his mosque and denounced al qaeda, two days later some al qaeda guys come to visit him and they're arguing outside and they're incinerated in the drone attack. one of these guys was on the u.s. side. so not only is class value damage but also creates a -- collateral damage but also creates a lot of resentment. >> families and children killed, especially in northern pakistan but families and children of terrorists. and so, you know, i don't know that it's gotten much farther beyond that. >> brennan was asked this week about -- by senator wideman. what do we do if we make a mistake? and the c.i.a. director was quick to respond and said, we need to make that public, unlike -- >> i think the real problem here is that this has been an executive branch operation. what they're now doing is opening it up to the appropriate people in the congress because the more eyeballs you have on the policy, maybe there should be a court, as dianne feinstein suggests but you demystify it. chris: when you're co
outside the courthouse. least nine people have reportedly died in yemen after a helicopter crashed in the capital. the military aircraft hit a busy area in the square or anti- government protests were held in recent months. a publisher and editor for the yemen post gave us this update. >> the military helicopter in the atop a building heart of the square. injured and a few of them in critical condition. the fire and flames really strong. government forces have filled the area. our ambulances and fire trucks not allowingarea, journalists into the area for security reasons. the soldiers are refusing to allow journalists into the crash site because there were weapons and explosives. >> security forces have killed a four suspects in the " the bombings -- quetta bombings. the attack has led to protests across pakistan. now this report. >> defiant and unified, thousands of ethnic shias voice their anger at the continued violence aimed at their community. the area is home to minority group and the site of many sectarian attacks against them, including saturday's bombing which claimed more
cleric who the u.s. government says became a high leader in al qaeda and yemen. he was killed in a drone strike in 2011. the u.s. hasn't acknowledged that killing. they acknowledge he is dead, but they don't acknowledge the u.s. role in it. gwen: they killed his son and somebody he was there with at the time, another american citizen. >> gwen, we know at least three americans have been dead at the hand of drone strikes from the u.s. government, although there are some indications that two of those people, his son and the man with him, were more collateral damage than direct damage. gwen: here is what is interesting this week. we see this white paper memo come out which basically summarizes the administration's legal argument for this, no mention of this man at all. we see the senators asking for this information. we see the white house saying, oh, you can have some. why now? because brennan is up? >> well, because john brennan has been one of the president's closest advisorses and the man more or less targeting the targeted killing from the white house for the last four years. remember b
was a terrorist, but he was not in yemen. now, that's not, that's not afghanistan, that's not iraq. >> right. >> greta: there have been protests against the united states there, but protests against the united states in europe and i mean, in paris and in london over time. there are protests against america in lots of places. yemen is not a war zone. not like afghanistan. >> no, i would agree with that and to me, that would come down to, okay, what alternatives do you have? and if that 16-year-old, first off how good is your intelligence and how reliable, and again, depending where this terrorist is, or suspected terrorist. >> this is apparently wrong intelligence. based on how strong your intelligence is and how reliable. if they're outside a theater you have to have better intelligence and number two, look at the country you're in. do we have a government in yemen to do something to capture this person or take action against this person short of a drone attack. >> somebody who turns out not to be a terrorist. >> i understand, but there is always the occasion of bad intelligence. so the ques
pace. more than 400 cia strikes against targets in pakistan and yemen. eight times as many as under president bush. >> they have been very precise, precision strikes against al qaeda and their affiliates. >> these strikes are legal. they are ethical. and they are wise. >> reporter: but today, new questions about drone strikes targeting american citizens, including anwar al awlaki. born in new mexico and killed in yemen in 2011. he allegedly directed the so-called underwear bomber, who tried to blow up an airliner over detroit in 2009. but awlaki was never charged with a crime. nbc news has obtained this confidential 16-page justice department memo that concludes lethal strikes against u.s. citizens who are operational leaders of al qaeda are a lawful act of national self-defense. >> we only take these kinds of actions when there's an imminent threat, when capture is not feasible, and when we are confident that we're doing so in a way that's consistent with federal and international law. >> reporter: but the memo appears to allow greater leeway than the administration has publicly ac
by obama have spiked particularly in yemen, somalia, afghanistan, and notably pakistan where over 360 drone strikes over the nine years, 2004 to 2013, have killed over 3,000 people. this data is not classified. and not even secret. but it is troubling. so troubling that the u.n. has just decided to launch an investigation on the impacts of drone strikes on thousands of civilians. question. will the u.n. human rights council rule that drone use violates international law do you think, pat buchanan? >> i don't think they l. if they do, john, it doesn't make any difference. but we really ought to be concerned about these drones. they're a tremendously effective weapon. they save our pilots and the rest of it. but the collateral damage, the killing of civilians, the killing of children, the tremendous alienation they've increased all over this region has resulted in al-qaida frankly getting a tremendous number of new recruits. are we recruiting more enemies than we're killing? that's the key question when you look to see how al-qaida is no longer just in afghanistan but six or seven other count
the shooting at sandy hook >>> i'm angie goff at the live desk. breaking news out of yemen. this just in to the newsroom. dramatic video of a fiery chopper crash. we're hearing seven deaths have been reported after an army helicopter crashed in yemen's capital. multiple people have been reportedly hurt. you can see that there's cars and buildings still on fire, still burning on the ground following this chopper crash. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> there are new details about the shooter in the sandy hook massacre. cbs news and the "hartford courant" report that they wanted to top the 77 people murdered in norway in 2011 by anders breivik. this theory is based on articles based on breivik found in lanza's bedroom. lanza was likely acting out a video game fantasy and picked sandy hook because it was the easiest target. police call it speculation and say there's no clear mow i have for the attack. >>> 16 after the hour. vice president joe biden will have a candid discussion on how to reduce gun violence. vice president biden leading the administration's effort to reduce gun v
mexico and killed in yemen. but between those very high profile killings, there have been dozens and dozens, ultimately hundreds of drone strikes under president obama, most of them mostly unnoticed in the news. tonight monday of president obama's inauguration, the first day president obama outlined this wide ranging liberal agenda for his second term, that same day there was a drone strike in yemen. and that drone strike on inauguration day followed drone strikes in yemen on both days of the weekend that preceded inauguration day. so we had drone strikes on saturday and on sunday and on monday, the monday the president was sworn in. it doesn't really make the news. one of the most unusual things about drone strikes for us as citizens in a country that does this is that for so long our country would not admit that we did them, even when we all knew that we did. that was the case. that did not change officially until april of last year. april 2012. and the person the administration put forth to do that, to admit that policy for the first time publicly was john brennan. >> so let m
and switzerland i believe. >> do you know what the second one is after america? >> no. >> yemen. are you seriously telling me yemen is one of the safest places on earth. >> are you seriously telling me -- >> when you say this kind of bull, that's what it is. people believe it, and yemen is not the safest country in the world many. >> are you prepared to admit that your dream of a gun free zone in mexico is working. a gun free zone in chicago is working. a gun free zone in all these cities where the slaughter rate is the highest of anywhere, including yemen -- >> let me give you some countries, ausz trail ya, brylin, japan, canada. >> they don't have a second amendment, pierce. >> your second amendment doesn't entitle you to have an armored tank outside. you accept gun control already. >> are you sure of that? >> i wouldn't put you in a tank. there are 50 gun controlled measures in this country. we're not talking about bringing in gun control, we're talking about extending it to cover the. >> those measures are violated by all these perpetrators every time. what makes you think the 51st law is goin
base in saudi arabia opens with a story of a seemingly peaceful cleric in yemen who goes and meets an al-qaeda guy to talk out their dispute and while they meet they blow them all up. that's not what you want to be doing, killing religious figures who want to oh talk about over disputes rather than going to violence. i think if there was a mechanism in place where they said look, if the people in pakistan or somalia or yemen feel they have been wronged that we should go do that, but that's nowhere in the laws or policies that i've seen or any of the discussions i've heard. >> cenk: i want to read you the quote that michael is referring to. he said "there hasn't been a single collateral death because of the exceptional proficiency precision of the capabilities that we've been ail to develop." he now at the time that wasn't anywhere near true, there had been hundreds of civilian deaths including children under the age of 18. are we surprised that the guy as the head of the c.i.a. is going to be a proficient and professional liar? >> the part that seemed ingenious to me, if you look b
diplomatic staff in advance of a crisis, from central america to khartoum, from tunisia to yemen, from egypt and mali to and eyes. while dod does not have the primary responsibility for the security of u.s. diplomatic facilities around the world, we do work closely with the state department and support them as requested. in the months prior to the benghazi attack, as i said, we had received from the intelligence community, almost 300 reports on upon threats to american facilities around the world. over the course of the day on september 11th, general dempsey and i received a number of reports of possible threats to u.s. facilities. including those in cairo, egypt. but there are no reports of imminent threats to u.s. personnel or facilities in benghazi. by our best estimate, the incident at the temporary mission facility in benghazi began at about 3:42 p.m., eastern daylight time, on september 11th. the embassy in tripoli was notified of the attacks almost immediately, and within 1 -- 17 minutes of the initial report, africom directed an unmanned surveillance aircraft that was nearby to repos
of a u.s. drone strike in yemen. >> the death of al-awlaki is a major blow to al qaeda's most active operational affiliates. he took the lead in planning and directing effortings to murder innocent americans. >> reporter: u.s. officials say al-awlaki inspired the fort hood shooter in 2009 and the failed bombing of a detroit airliner that christmas among other attempted attacks. three other americans, including al-awlaki's 16-year-old son, have also been killed by u.s. drone strikes in yemen. civil liberties groups have said such attacks deprive u.s. citizens of constitutional due process protection. but white house press s.e.c. jay carney justified those actions today as legal, ethical, and wise. >> the questions around this issue are important and the president takes them seriously. we have significant challenges because of the nature of the attacks, how they're planned, who plans them. but there is no question that senior operational leaders of al qaeda are continually planning to attack the united states, to attack american citizens. the authorization to use military force is enti
rather have american troops and boots on the ground in yemen and pakistan or the unmanned drones taking on this responsibility? >> thank you very much. i appreciate you changing conversations in the middle of everything. we'll have plenty of time i'm sure to talk about chuck hagel. meantime, let's take the audience to the senate hearing and senator dianne feinstein. >> because of the added importance of having steady leadership at an organization that conducts most of its business outside of the public arena. intelligence is critical to the successful draw down in afghanistan, to the brutal war going on within's syria's borders, across north africa where the attacks of benghazi and hostage situation in algeria threaten to spread in to the next front of al qaeda and its affiliated groups. for counterterrorism operations around the world, in the efforts by the united states and others to prevent the gain and spread of weapons of massive destruction. in iran, north korea and other states. and in addressing emerging threats in space, cyberspace and elsewhere around the globe. to confront th
who was sitting in having dinner with his cousins in yemen. no discussion of the case of samir khan, a pakistani-american who was killed alongside anwar awlaki. his family had met with the fbi prior to his death. the fbi told his family that samir khan was not indicted, that samir khan was not accused of a crime, yet you have three u.s. citizens being killed. when anwar awlaki's name was raised during the course of the hearing, it was one of the most disgusting displays of a show trial or a faux trial have ever seen. john brennan and dianne feinstein set out to put anwar awlaki on trial posthumously without presenting any evidence and to issue a guilty verdict. the whole thing was a show. >> let's go to diane feinstein asking brennan to talk about anwar awlaki, the american citizen who was assassinated in yemen in a drone strike in 2011. >> can ask you questions about him? what's your the chairman critic rex did he have a connection to a man who attempted to explode a device on one of our planes over detroit? >> yes, he did. >> can you tell us with that connection is? >> alec prefer
they have done simply because if you are an executive of the al qaeda in yemen, pakistan or somalia and you have been killed your cousins or your driver will take your place and with him many other people. the implication of the use of drone is not known in america, but it is not, and it is very well known in pakistan, and especially in the areas of the waziristan where people cannot stand americans anymore, because of the buzz of the drones going over their heads over and over. they know that you might give a ride to a guy in the streets or you might be talking to another g guy, and actually in a coffee shop, and you will be killed in that moment without any reason, simply because you were standing in the wrong place at the wrong person. so all of this has terrible implications, but if you think of what is happening in yemen, i mean, the major al qaeda fighting there or the islamic fight is not against the americans anymore, but the yemeni government and the pakistani government and so it is engaging in a war that is an american war which it is not a american war. >> not anymore nthan the
in yemen, does that square, is that right? >> reporter: yes you are talking about anwar al awlaki. it does. there have been sort of parallel strikes in yemen, strikes conducted by the u.s. military, who have been in yemen working on a small basis with yemen's forces and parallel strikes by the cia. this would have been a cia strike. you look at the amount of scrutiny and debate and consternation that is engulfed the administration over the targeted killing of a u.s. citizen, even one who has been reported to be planning strikes on the u.s. you would only compound that by putting the u.s. military in that mix. >> chris, thanks. i want to bring in michael here. first of all, saudi arabia, i mean covering president bush, this is something that you knew, you knew you had assets on the ground, but this is not something that the saudis or the u.s. government wanted to officially acknowledge here. how much of this is a problem for both sides including the saudis? >> there's a mutual need for friendship in that part of the world. the saudi's need u.s. help when it comes to equipment. we sell plane
in a certain region of yemen, the white house is essentially asserting that these people are terroristed and that we can kill them, and to me that is -- that's an incredibly dangerous threshold to have crossed. i mean redefining imminent in the way that the white paper did where it may be possibly at some point in the future this person would pose a direct threat to the united states, that combined with the signature strikes is a disturbing aspect of that. >> could i comment? >> yes, please. >> i think the appropriate thing to do is to ask the question about this precrime stuff and the criminal law's more complicated on that. we not only have a law of murder, with very a law of aiding and abetling and conspiracy to commit murder and under these circumstances if they're engaged full-time conspiracy, it's certain they could be prosecute nard if we send out the call and say, come on home and be prosecuted. they're going to flee at that point. they become outlaws. so i don't think you'd f want to say every man in yemen counts as a terrorism because he's in the wrong program. i receive one in
killed in yemen. both were u.s. citizens. yes, it's believed al allaki wa connected to the christmas day bomber but he was never charged with a crime. here's how the doj and the white house defend the kill list. >> our concern is to keep the american people safe but in a way that's consistent with our laws and consistent with our values. >> we conduct those strikes because they're necessary to mitigate ongoing actual threats, to stop plots, prevent future attacks and save american lives. the strikes are legal, they're ethical and wise. >> critics say this administration is putting the constitutional rights of american citizens in jeopardy and disregarding federal law that criminalizes assassinating u.s. nationals. why? in the name of diplomatic self defense. jameel jaffe says this recognizes some limits on the authority it sets out but the limits are elastic and vaguely defined and easy to see how they could be manipulated. if this came out under the bush presidency, wouldn't there be protests on pennsylvania avenue? calls for impeachment. didn't senator obama demand transparency and pro
in yemen. >> you're not going to be surprised to find i'm a little outraged on that. >> there was a shooting in 2005 in at a coma washington, the man shot five times in a wheelchair company now. we're going to talk to him about it. if you think you know what he's going to say, you don't. tune in for that. it's going to be a real interesting conversation. >> every time, it's here we go again. >> it stirs up old feelings. >> i'm annoyed. people are embracing evil, and i've never understood that. >> the story of a woman who was raped in our military and the incredible lack of justice she received. her husband's going to be on the show to talk about it, too a powerful show. it's go time. >> cenk: we start with a story that's got my blood boiling the drone program. the white house calls it a secret. they have written a memo why they have a right to execute u.s. citizens abroad, but that's also a state secret. now that john brennan and perhaps check hagel's nominations might depend on it, a white paper is leaked to nbc news. listen to the details of what the government thi
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